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f now, a senior u.s. official says the forces will be stationed in northern syria and work alongside groups with a proven track record of fighting isis. the move described as a shift but not a change in u.s. strategy against isis. right now, the russian air force is providing air cover for several major ground offenses waged at the syrian army. the secretary of state john kerry is in austria right now. he is involved in talks with 19 foreign ministers and other dignitaries to end the syrian war. the u.s. wants the president of syria ousted. president obama has said u.s. troops in the region would not engage in combat. we will be watching while the white house briefing is coming up at 12:45. if we learn any more information, we will bring that right to you. >> anchor: when this story broke, we sent out an alert on our 7 news app. you can get breaking news updates by following us on >> christa: is new england patriots on a roll.
they are just clobbering the dolphins in foxboro. the quick turnaround thursday night could not close tom brady's revenge tour, as some are calling it. the team is 7-0. for the second time in team history. >> anchor: showing no signs of slowing down either. patriots nation is fired up. nicole oliverio is live at gillette stadium with more on the big win. nicole? >> reporter: last night tom brady threw for four touchdowns and didn't have any interceptions. now he is the leading quarterback in the history of the league to have such a title and fans say they know it's only halfway through the season, they are thinking undefeated. if tom brady is trying to send a message to the league, it's the pats quarterback having another near-perfect night. another game where he threw four t.d. passes and no interceptions in new england's score to gronk. >> what play maker he is. he is just an amazing player.
>> reporter: the patriots are 7-0 for only the second time in franchise history. >> it is awesome. they are the greatest team. you can't beat it. >> their offense is unstoppable. >> reporter: many question whether the off-season drama has anything to do with the patriots' success so far. >> i think it helps. they don't need it. buff i think it relit the fire. >> this team doesn't care about stuff like. that it's never been a thing for them. >> reporter: it is clear it is still weighing on the mind of bob yoovt took a shot at the indianapolis colts during a halftime ceremony honoring willie mcginest last night. there is nothing more satisfying than saddling the indianapolis colts with a loss. the colts g.m. tipped off the league about the underinflated footballs which sparked deflategate. the team, of course, is just talking about moving on. >> we have a group that is dialed in right now to the game plan. >> i don't look at the records. everybody comes to work every day.
that is the approach we take. we get ready for the next opponent. >> reporter: of course, the patriots' big win last night was coming off a short workweek. now they will have extra days to rest and get ready for washington next sunday. we are live at gillette, nicole oliverio, 7 news. >> christa: now turning to your forecast. a cool fall day here in boston. lots of sun. and a complete turnaround to the warm weather we saw yesterday. really rainy one as well. now it's friday. we are heading into halloween. very important forecast. here is meteorologist chris lambert. >> reporter: staying dry on halloween for the important trick or treaters out there. 58 in boston right now. yeah. it is much cooler than this time yesterday. by 1510-15 degrees across the area. we were close to record highs yesterday. four degrees shy of that. in boston, mid-70's yesterday afternoon. the wind has increased out of the weather, northwest. that is steady at 20 miles an hour. adding more chill to the atmosphere. but more of what you expect
toward the end of october. a few scattered clouds mixed in with the blue skies. as you go throughout the afternoon. overall, though, a good afternoon. temperatures close to 60 in mid-50's north and west. what about halloween? trick or treat forecast? a lot of scary ghosts and goblins knocking at your door. wanting that candy. the forecast, though, not so scary. mostly cloudy skies. temperatures for the trick or treaters, in the upper 40's. sliding back to mid-40's. forecast ahead. >> all right, chris. thank you. school back in session after dozens of students became ill at a middle school. crews cleaned up the middle overnight after this school sickness hit hard. >> christa: looks like a virus spread quickly as well. here is nick emmons. >> people were puking. stomachs, dizziness. >> reporter: sickness scare. >> i felt very nervous. like, i thought it was going to, like, happen to me.
>> reporter: students evacuated thursday over fears of carbon monoxide poisoning. the fire department ruled that out. >> we have ruled out a carbon we are looking at a possible virus. but we are not pinpointed the problem yet. >> reporter: doctor from lowell general came to the students. five went to the hospital. >> nausea, vomiting, a little built of diarrhea. s a low-grade temp and sweaty. it seems to be a viral-type syndrome. >> no concern today about what's going on? >> i mean, a little bit. there is always a worry. >> reporter: parents confident the problem has passed. >> did they give you an update this morning on what's going on? >> they said the school would be open. that is it. >> reporter: no concern about what's happening? >> nothing at all. >> we got e-mails and calls later in the day, letting us know what the plan was and what they had done since the kids had been evacuated. i feel confident about the kids being there today. they were hoping for no school. you know, they are kids. >> reporter: students back in class today.
as as what that virus could be, they are still looking into it. that is the latest from lowell. >> christa: class back in session in lexington after a yesterday. big bang. then they felt a jolt coming from the basement. engineers say the shake-up was likely caused by bolt-banging syndrome which usually happens in newer buildings during a change of seasons. the building is less than two years old. >> anchor: is dcf employee whose work was cited in an independent report this week is being examined by the agency. the report found the worker copy and pasted years-old reports back in 2012 and 2013 while preparing a case on bella bond's mother who is accused of child neglect. the report then led dcf to close bella's case. the grl's body was found on deer island earlier this year. governor charlie baker says that employee could be disciplined. andover police say this is the man who broke into a home and
duct-taped a 16-year-old girl to a chair back in july. police have charged the 5-year-old... 53-year-old with kidnapping and other crimes. he allegedly stole crash cash and then took off when the teen's mother and brother came home. >> there were a lot of things that i didn't really understand about why he didn't run off when he had the money. and maybe it's a little clearer now. i hope my kids feel more comfortable now. i'm not sure. but i hope so. >> christa: the man was a level three sex offender. he was in jail on unrelated charges in middleton. >> christa: more news today about the former new hampshire prep school student owen labrie sentenced to one year in prison for sexually assaulting an underage classmate. the victim's mother is opening up to nbc news. >> it's been excruciating for her. but she just wanted to do what was right. >> >> reporter: we are hearing the mother of the victim of a sexual assault fbs at the prestigious prep school in new
owen labrie has been sentenced to one year in jail for sexually assaulting the then 15-year-old freshman as part of an annual tradition known as senior salute. >> her experience was extremely limited with young men and certainly, zero with an 18-year-old man. ill gnome she regrets going. >> reporter: the victim's family telling natalie morales on nbc that they thought that the prep school was a dream come true. >> we were an ex-pat family always searching for community. we thought we had found it. >> reporter: labrie was accepted to harvard, hoping to study at the divinity school. a friend says it is his faith that has kept him going. >> he has never, through this whole process once spoken to me about the fact that he thinks his life is ruined. or over. he is going to go on to do great things.
report tt victim's mother says her daughter wanted to read a statement on her behalf. >> going through this legal process, i now understand why victims feel as if they can't speak up, yet cannot see how i would have lived day-to-day life without telling the truth. >> reporter: jury did clear labrie of the most serious charge of rape. but he will have to registers a a sex offender. right now he is free on bail as he plans his appeal. >> anchor: flash flood warnings in parts of central texas. rain has fallen at a rate of up to four inches per hour. the flood waters car rid away pumpkins from a nearby emergency officials have closed the bridge to traffic. a terrifying scene on a florida runway when a plane goes up in flames. now investigators are trying to figure out what happened when a dynamic airline flight caught fire just before takeoff, injuring nearly two dozen passengers. flames shooting out of the
left engine of the jet sending panic through the cabin. >> fire! fire! it's fire! report@pilot on the plane behind the jet noticed it leaking fuel on the taxiway. moments later, fire erupted. >> the engine is on fire! >> reporter: sharon and her husband grabbed their two children as the flames grew and rushed to the front of the plane. >> i took the baby like this. i said come on. we are going to say good-bye. roth flight attendants opened emergency doors. seconds later, the passengers onboard slid down emergency slides. >> i was freaking out. i was terrified. what was going on. i had people in front of me. i started, like, pushing. >> reporter: today investigators from the n.t.s.b. will begin combing over the plane to try to determine what caused it to leak fuel and burst into flames. >> christa: coming up at noon, talking about the debate:
g.o.p. candidates take shots at the panel moderators. why they are demanding major changes. >> anchor: the great pumpkin that got away. an inflatable jack-o'-lantern rolls right through an intersection. >> christa: shark sightings on the rise. a new report shows why sharks are moving north. this flu season... remember this. your immune system doesn't work the way it did when rock was young. so we made fluzone high-dose
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surprise in arizona achld run-away pumpkin comes barreling down the street. this giant inflatable jack-o'-lantern broke free from a street display. bounced its way through some busy intersections. nobody was injured in this great pumpkin escape. but it did damage some streetlights. rolled on for a quarter of a mile. >> anchor: i know. that is quite a bit. we don't want any mishaps at all this weekend. >> christa: that's right. you could get an eye poked out with that one. >> reporter: make sure it is tied down on a day like today. we have quite the breeze out there. northwesterly breeze. occasionally gusting 20-25. surprised the thing didn't pop in the air. dew point at 36. we have noticed the dry air work in. as well as cooler temperatures. this is more seasonal. more toward the averages for the time of year. you can see it's uniform here.
here are the wind gusts. through boston and worcester. through much of the south shore, north shore as well. some scattered clouds picked in with the sunshine. overall, though, more sunshine than cloud cover. as we go throughout the rest of the day. certainly, had plenty of sunshine so this morning. offer to the west of us, slightly cooler. back through buffalo. back through the great lakes. and even into southern canada. so tomorrow will be slightly cooler than where we are this afternoon. sunday, back close to the upper 50's to near 60 degrees. breezy day out there. mostly sunny skies. tomorrow, we will start out with some sunshine. more clouds late in the day. especially by the time you trick or treat. we are staying dry.
more importantly. for those kids running around in costumes out there. then on sunday, a lot of clouds around. again, i can't rule out a passing sprinkle or shower on sunday morning. much of the time is dry and a lot of us will avoid rain-drops out there. just calling overall for a milder pattern. some more clouds out there on sunday. how about the pattern into next week? not a whole lot of change. you know, there will be fluctuation temperature-wise day to day. the overall theme here is midwest into the northeast, to be on the mild side. in fact, we are not done with the 60's. plenty of 60's on the board. again, the 7-day forecast next week. mostly clear tonight. cool but not real cold. i mean, lower to middle 0's in the suburbs. boston. there is the trick or treat forecast for tomorrow. right around 5:00, 6:00 p.m. we are back down into the upper 40's, mid-40's by 7:00 or 8:00 p.m. overall, i do expect temperatures to be comfortable. seasonable for this time of year.
daylight savings ends this weekend as well. clocks going back one hour. extra hour of sleep. that does mean an early sunset on sunday. sunset back to 4:38 on sunday. here is the forecast. look at next week. nothing says november like late september weather. right? monday, tuesday, wednesday into thursday. temperatures well into the >> anchor: the race for the white house heating up. republican candidates demanding changes after wednesday's debate. >> christa: close encounters becoming more frequent. what experts say is drawing
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>> christa: the race for the white house: the republican party is pushing for some format changes at the next debate after this debate clashed with the c-nbc moderators. >> anchor: jeb bush insists his campaign is not over after many panned his debate performance. republicans are calling for more exchanges between candidates and fewer clashes with the moderators. donald trump suggesting the moderators should be
people that hate everything we stand for? >> i didn't hear anything about equal pay in the last two republican debates. >> anchor: meantime, hillary clinton is taking aim at republicans for what she says is their inconsistent treatment of her. >> whenever i actually have a job, the republicans say really nice things about me. whenever i'm running for a job, oh, my goodness. you know, they line up. >> anchor: clinton winning another key endorsement. new york city mayor bill de blasio announced today he is bid. he calls clinton the one candidate who can address income inequality effectively and get the job done. >> christa: the senate is approving a federal budget deal. this will prevent the u.s. from defaulting next week. this will lower the risk of a government shutdown coming up in december. the bill now goes to president obama who is expected to sign it. the final vote there, 64-35. there is also a new era for congress. paul ryan's first day on the
ryan was sworn into the position on thursday. the 45-year-old is now the youngest speaker. nearly 150 years. he was asked to unify members of the house. ryan called on them to come together during his first address to the chamber. former massachusetts governor mitt romney and former presidential candidate too, tweeting out this picture with the new speaker. romney says he got the first speaker selfie with his former running mate. as you see there, mrs. romney and mrs. ryan jumped in there on the picture as well. >> anchor: next at noon, what scientists say may be drawing sharks into shallow waters. >> christa: we hit the kitchen for a delicious dessert coming blinds to go's 60th anniversary woo-hoo! right now buy one get one at half price blinds. shades. sunscreens. the entire store! hey, any excuse for a party. and big savings. blinds to go. blinds for life. party on, people. sale is back... celebrate when you buy one
spotted swimming offshore. warmer waters are creating ideal conditions for close encounters. >> christa: the sightings could be a sign el nino is already hitting that region. >> reporter: lurking in shall lowe waters off the coast of southern california, marine biologists are tracking a juvenile six-foot great white shark. they are here off hundreddington beach and there are numbers scientists have not seen before. chris lowe has been tagging and tracking these predators for nearly a decade. the great whites may be an conditions are here and strengthening. >> the last two winters, none of the animals that we had tagged had migrated. we think that has to do with water temperature. >> reporter: even a slight rise in temperature means more food.
hammerheads and great whites are close to shore. though rarely aggressive, there have been encounters. >> this el nino has the potential, if it continues to build, to be a record-breaker. >> reporter: el nino will also deliver storms, floods, and mud-slides that could alter the landscape. already the eco-system in the ocean is changing. >> we have a whole new food chain that typically isn't part of southern california. showing up during el nino. >> reporter: perhaps nature's early warning system as el nino builds. el nino is expected to bring enhanced stormy conditions coming up this winter as well. >> anchor: much more to come breaking news. the white house sending more u.s. troops into syria. the obama administration set to address the media within the hour. >> reporter: cooler weather stays through the weekend. will it stay dry?
>> christa: we are following breaking news. the white house announcing a new move in order to fight isis. u.s. special forces will be on the ground in syria to help fight the islamic state terrorists. the troops, however, not expected to be in actual combat there. >> anchor: a senior official says they will help in a limited way. let's get over to cheryl fiandaca at the breaking news desk with more. cheryl? >> reporter: jen, fewer than 50 special operations forces
will be sent into syria. the forces will be stationed in northern syria and will work alongside groups with a proven track record of fighting isis. the move described as a shift but not a change in u.s. strategy against isis. right now, the russian air force is providing air cover for several major ground offenses waged by the syrian army. secretary of state john kerry is in austria right now. he is involved in talks with 19 foreign ministers and other senior dignitaries to end the syrian war. the u.s. wants the president of syria ousted. president obama said u.s. troops in the region would not we will bring you any new information. >> anchor: when this story our 7 news app. you can get updates by following us on facebook and twitter. sports. the new england patriots are on a roll. the defending champs
foxboro last night. the team now 7-0. this is the second time in team history they have done that. >> anchor: they are showing no signs of slowing down either. patriots nation is fired up. nicole oliverio has more from gillette. >> reporter: if tom brady is trying to send a message to the league, it is being heard cloud and clear. the pats quarterback having another near-perfect night. he threw four t.d. passes and no interceptions in new england's win over miami. including this one to gronk. >> reporter: what a play maker he is. an amazing player. >> reporter: the patriots are 7-0 for only the second time in franchise history. >> it is awesome. you can't beat it. >> their offense is unstoppable. >> reporter: many question whether the off-season drama has anything to do with the patriots' success soer fa. >> yeah. i think that helps put the chip on his shoulder. they don't need it. i think it relit the fire. >> this team doesn't care about outside stuff like.
that that has never been a thing for them. >> reporter: it is still weighing on the mind of team owner bob yoovt took a shot at the indianapolis colts during a halftime ceremony honoring former linebacker willie mcginest last night. the colts g.m. tipped off the league about the underinflated footballs which sparked deflategate. the team, of course, is just talking about moving on. >> we have a group dialed into the game plan right now. >> of course, the patriots big win coming off of a short workweek. now they will have a couple of extra days to get ready and rest for washington next sunday. nicole oliverio, 7 news. okay. it's friday. we are on the home stretch of things cooling off compared to yesterday. what is in store for the weekend?
chris lambert is here with a check of the forecast. >> reporter: good afternoon. looking forward to those halloween parties as well. we have cooled since this time yesterday. by 15 degrees. however, this is more typical for october. late october standards. you know, yesterday with temperatures into the mid-0's. we were just shy of the record high. the record high yesterday was 79 degrees. here we go. 12-15 cooler across the area. you factor in the breeze. it does feel cooler outside this afternoon. that wind is steady out of the west, northwest. you go through the rest of the day. temperatures close to 60 degrees. we cool off this evening. bring back the high school football. game-time temperatures into the mid to upper 40's. around 7:00 p.m. then for tomorrow, we will reach the high close to about 54 degrees and fall back into the upper 40's by the the time the trick or treaters start to overall good comfortable weather for us compared to where we could be with some cold shots coming on in.
not too tough to take the next couple of days. if you are heing to salem this afternoon or tomorrow, busy place to be. fine. we will talk about the 7-day forecast just ahead. >> christa: school back in students become ill at a local middle school. crews were on hand overnight cleaning unthis building after the school got hit pretty hard. >> anchor: officials say it looks like a virus spread quickly there. >> people were puking. stomachs. dizziness. >> reporter: the bus is back at sullivan middle school after a sickness scare. >> i felt very nervous. i thought it was going, to happen to me. thursday over fears of carbon monoxide poising on. the fire department ruled that out. >> we have ruled out the we are looking at a possible virus, but we have not pinpointed the problem yet. report a doctor from lowell general came to the school to check out dozens of students. five went to the hospital.
maybe a low-grade temp and pale and sweaty. it does seem to be a >> reporter: today sean dropped off his brother:. going on. >> a little bit. there is always a worry. >> reporter: parents are confident that it has passed. >> they said the school would be open. that is it. >> reporter: no concern about what's happening? >> nothing at all. >> we got e-mails and calls later in the day. letting us know what the plan was and what they had done. i feel confident about the they were hoping for no school. you know, they are kids. >> reporter: again, students back in class today. as far as what that virus could be, they are still looking into it. nick emmons, 7 news. transportation officials say they will make a number of temporary safety fixes on route 20 in oxford. they are making the changes after this week's crash that
traffic... existing rumble strips will be upgraded. the families of people killed along that stretch of road eventual live want it widened and a barrier placed down the middle. >> this is not a waste of our dollars. this is going to save lives. it shouldn't be a question that it is too much money. >> anchor: 31-year-old christina us arin and her nine moel son were killed when their car collided with a cement truck on monday. another family was in a crash on route 20 nearly 20 years ago. that woman's husband was killed. >> christa: someone stole this statue from outside a religious store in monroe. this happened between tuesday night and wednesday morning. >> just bring it back. we won't be mad at you. we won't press charges or anything. you know.
i will give you rosary if you bring it back. >> christa: a customer donated the statue to the store when she moved out of her home where she thought it would be safe. >> anchor: new details out of kentucky. a nearly week-long manhunt. a fugitive has been shot and killed in a shoot-out with police. flied ray cook was confronted by state troopers and a federal marshal: both sides exchanged gunfire. police say cook died at the scene. the 62-year-old was wanted for shooting and injuring a police officer in tennessee. then shooting at troopers in kentucky over the weekend. and new details on a whale watch boat that capsized off the coast of canada. the hull of the boat has been lifted out of the water for the first time since a large wave tipped it over. five bodies were recovered shortly after the boat capsized. the search for a sixth passenger is still under way. >> christa: lam rar odom is on the road to recovery. according to people magazine, forecast he remains in the hospital but is no longer in the intensive care unit. he is still receiving dialysis
some recent strokes. a military team still trying to recover a surveillance blimp from a wood area of pennsylvania. they are considering using helicopters to lift the wreckage. that process could take at least all day today. police fired about a hundred shots at the blimp during the leftover... draining the leftover helium. the blimp broke free from its mooring in maryland. drifted 150 miles before coming to a stop eventually in pennsylvania. it took down poles and knocked people along the way. the investigation now is ongoing. into why the blimp came loose in the first place. >> anchor: nearly two dozen runners will take part in the new york city marathon on youngest victim of the boston marathon bombing. $60,000. the money will go to the martin richard foundation which supports education, athletics and community
>> anchor: star wars is come may thing the craze this year. consumers have made twice as many on-line searches for star wars-related cost fumes this halloween than last year's were-- do you remember? >> i do. because i think there were about five elsas in my daughters's preschool class. yes. it was frozen. nice we are moving on to something else. >> anchor: i know. you know what the worst is, though? coat over your costume. people want to know if they have to do that. >> reporter: no coat. thermals. get those thermals. those long sleeves on. you will be just fine out there tomorrow evening. hey, we are not talking about real cold air in place, though. mom, you don't need to put on the coat over those costumes. 58 degrees in the city of boston right now. dew point at 36.
down the area. the south shore, north shore. cape and the islands. a little cooler in the worcester hills. breeze with us throughout the afternoon. temperatures close to 60 degrees. a ton of sunshine this morning. one batch of cloud cover starting to mix in with that sun from boston out through worcester. up into southern new hampshire. these clouds, they don't have a lot of staying power. we will see some scattered clouds in the mix. blue skies. winning out as we go through the afternoon. temperatures off to the west of us, slightly cooler. there is not a big change in temperatures from boston out through chicago. and there is no real cold air for this time of year. that is going to be the theme from the midwest into new south. as we go through much of next week. look at some of these rainfall totals.
south of austin, texas. close to a foot of rain. once again, dealing with a lot of flash flooding in portions of texas. this time close to the austin area. now, this rain shield is moving off to the north and to the northeast. the system breaks apart, in fact, some of it will try to slide off to the east. and another chunk of this moisture will get wound up into the midwest and then maybe into southern canada, but it loses a lot of strength. come on through, i don't expect much out of it. you know, i can't rule out a passing sprinkle or brief shower on sunday. much of the day is dry and many of us won't even see. that here is the pattern into next week. we do get cold and stormy through the west coast. that will allow the ridge to build through the midwest, ohio valley and into the northeast. milder temperatures, though, for all. there may be a day or two next week that the winds turn on-shore. we will stay dry. wednesday, thursday, then perhaps even into friday. 55-60 this afternoon.
temperatures staying put. mainly clear skies. close to 30-33 in some suburbs. about 38-40 in the city of boston. a cool overnight, not real cold, though. past halloweens. the last several years there, hasn't been a lot of cold weather out there. not a lot of jackets on top of the costumes. temperatures mainly in the 50's and some lower 60's. in 201. the average high is 67 degrees. we will be close it to tomorrow. just shy of it by the time the trick or treaters get there,, get ready to get out there. temperatures fall back into the upper 40's. a bit on the cool side. not overly impressive in terms of cold weather. for the time of year. clocks go back one hour on sunday. that means the sunset going from 5:9 on saturday back to 4:38 on sunday. although that sunrise does get an hour earlier as well. we look forward to that.
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>> today we are making a carmel sized apple cake. we get the butter on the stove. that does take a few minutes to brown. wash our apples. peel them. and dice them up. you want about two cups. you can use most varieties that you like. i wouldn't suggest red delicious. you would suggest local. if possible. >> reporter: cinnamon and a pinch of salt. next, melt some butter in a saute pan. >> we will get the apples in the pan. cook the apples on medium heat. don't overcook. when they are done, set them aside the cool. >> reporter: now on to the cake batter. start by combining the dry ingredients.
confectioner sugar. flour. baking powder and salt. >> we will whip these together. >> reporter: then the most fragrant part. >> we will add our corn syrup. >> reporter: in goes the remaining butter and egg whites. >> we will get the cake batter into the pan. >> nice and golden brown. >> yeah. then you decide how many portions. >> you taste the color amber in it. very gold. tloort's what's cooking. i'm bri eggers. >> anchor: that looks good. i would have that instead of
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i'm done. i'm not doing the show. i'm not doing the show. >> christa: okay. the pop star became angry at fans in the front row who kept trying to reach out and touch him while he was cleaning up spilled water. he only performed one song. he quickly apologized to fans as well. blaming lack of sleep and a hectic week. in a note on instagram, he wrote, "in no way did i mean to come across mean. but chose to end the show as the people in the front row would not listen. i don't always handle things the right way. i'm human and i'm working on getting better at responding, not reacting." >> anchor: the day before, two people walked out of a radio interview in spain. bieber was promoting a new album. he later apologized for feeling a little sick. he never addressed the incident directly.
tonight. in fact, this season includes the impending birth of nick's son. we have a jam-packed night. it kicks off at 8:00. with "unbeatable" followed by "truth be told" at 8:30. season premier of "grim" at 9:00. all new dateline at 10:00. then 7 news after. that >> reporter: we do change the clocks back an hour. we don't change time zone this
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